Okęcie Warszawa is a Polish sporting club from the Okęcie neighbourhood of Warsaw. Founded in 1929 as Skoda Warszawa, its name was changed to Okęcie in 1936. The club is located at 1 Radarowa Street in Warsaw. Its colors are blue-white. Okęcie is most famous for its boxers (including Antoni Czortek), who in the 1930s were multiple champions of Poland, including the team championship of the country (1934), and its soccer team, which played in the Polish 3rd Division. Currently the soccer team plays in the 4th regional Division of Mazovia.

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  • Okęcie Warszawa – polski klub piłkarski z siedzibą w Warszawie, założony w 1929 roku. Aktualnie występuje w lidze okręgowej, w grupie Warszawa II. Największym sukcesem drużyny były występy w III lidze. (pl)
  • Okęcie Warszawa is a Polish sporting club from the Okęcie neighbourhood of Warsaw. Founded in 1929 as Skoda Warszawa, its name was changed to Okęcie in 1936. The club is located at 1 Radarowa Street in Warsaw. Its colors are blue-white. Okęcie is most famous for its boxers (including Antoni Czortek), who in the 1930s were multiple champions of Poland, including the team championship of the country (1934), and its soccer team, which played in the Polish 3rd Division. Currently the soccer team plays in the 4th regional Division of Mazovia. (en)
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  • Okęcie Warszawa – polski klub piłkarski z siedzibą w Warszawie, założony w 1929 roku. Aktualnie występuje w lidze okręgowej, w grupie Warszawa II. Największym sukcesem drużyny były występy w III lidze. (pl)
  • Okęcie Warszawa is a Polish sporting club from the Okęcie neighbourhood of Warsaw. Founded in 1929 as Skoda Warszawa, its name was changed to Okęcie in 1936. The club is located at 1 Radarowa Street in Warsaw. Its colors are blue-white. Okęcie is most famous for its boxers (including Antoni Czortek), who in the 1930s were multiple champions of Poland, including the team championship of the country (1934), and its soccer team, which played in the Polish 3rd Division. Currently the soccer team plays in the 4th regional Division of Mazovia. (en)
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  • Okęcie Warszawa (pl)
  • Okęcie Warszawa (en)
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